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American swindler posing as Chief White Elk acted like Robin Hood and gave away millions of dollars that weren’t his

Here are the five business stories that you don’t want to miss this weekend

Lowestoft’s rail station is to host the headquarters for the town’s offering for Heritage Open Days Festival over the next two weekends.

A recruitment company based in Ipswich with a £1.8m turnover is currently interviewing for positions for their new office in Manchester, and generating business in New York. But what makes the success story of Rubix Personnel so unusual is that the man behind the company, Milo Williams, is still just 25 years old.

The 2018 London Stansted Meet the Buyers event will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel on November 1.

Suffolk’s three cycle speedway clubs each gained a British Individual Champion at the Individual Finals weekend in the north over the Bank Holiday weekend, writes Phil Clarke.

An absconder from an ‘open prison’ in Suffolk has appeared at a Manchester court charged with burglary.

Fifty years ago – on August 11 1968 – the very last British Railways steam service ran, an excursion around the north west of England, but East Anglia featured large in the postscript to this big event.

This time last season, Colchester United were already feeling the effects of long-term injuries, with both club skipper Luke Prosser and key left-sided specialist Brennan Dickenson stuck in the treatment room for months on end.

New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has welcomed three more business leaders to the panel of its flagship business support programme.

Industry is turning away from major economic hubs and towards towns such as Ipswich, where they can find lower overheads and “enormous” potential for growth, an alternative finance provider says.

With news circulating that Buffy The Vampire Slayer is returning, Charlotte Smith-Jarvis looks back on this, and the other summer TV hits of her youth.

Fabio Wardley will learn from misfortune after finding himself a victim of his own success, writes Chris Lakey.

Jack Fayers was the star of the day with a superb silver medal as Suffolk’s juniors particularly impressed at the annual English Schools Track & Field Championships, held at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham last weekend.

Work to convert a former town centre nightclub into a new ‘easyHotel’ should be complete by this September.

Stansted Airport has defended its treatment of disabled passengers, after being highlighted in a critical Civil Aviation Authority report.

Ben Knight has revealed he has completed his move from Ipswich Town to Premier League champions Manchester City.

These striking images taken by a Colchester photographer capture the extent of a huge grassland blaze which has torn through a shooting range in the town.

Five Waitrose stores which are to close are revealed as John Lewis Partnership warns over profits.

UK retailer John Lewis is about to close a number of its Waitrose food stores and warns over profits.

The third Battle of Britain Supertrax clash of the season saw the East & South East head to Sheffield to race North & Scotland.

More than 130 jobs are at risk after a Norfolk retailer became the latest to announce plans to close stores due to a slump in sales.

An operatic premiere is always something of an event and the Aldeburgh Festival commissioned a new work from the Manchester based composer Emily Howard.

King’s Lynn ace Robert Lambert was crowned British Champion at Belle Vue’s Manchester track tonight.

The masses descended on Thetford Forest last night to watch The Script, with support from Tom Walker, as part of the Forestry Commission’s Forest Live concert series.

Staff at Ipswich firm Ansaback, on The Havens, are in training for an important match – Soccer Aid 2018.

Martyn Waghorn is loving his time at Ipswich Town. STUART WATSON spoke to the popular street footballer who plays with a smile on his face.

Suffolk Star Ed Sheeran has had his fair share of hit songs but did you know he had written tracks for the likes of Justin Bieber, Rita Ora and Jessie Ware?

Over 30 places applied for the scheme – and yet nowhere in the East of England was shortlisted.

Ed Sheeran has insisted that the only people who will lose out in his war against secondary ticket-selling sites are touts - not his fans.

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